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Suggested Gear List
Last updated by eagle98mn on 9/1/2016 12:30:52 PM

Whether you use an outfitter or not, you will need to bring some gear with you. Below is a list of items to consider. Depending on the time of year, number of people, etc, you may need more than one of some of these items and some items may not be needed at all.

Personal Wear - recommend no cotton, all moisture-wicking and fast drying materials
Pants
Belt
T-Shirts
Long Sleeve Shirt
Stocking Cap
Hoodie
Wide-brimmed Hat/Ball Cap
Swim Suit
Socks
Underwear
Heavy Socks
Long Underwear
Hiking Boots/Heavy-soled water shoes
Sandals/Camp Shoes
Rain Gear
Change of clothes to leave in car for when you are done

Personal Items
Light-weight camp towel/sham wow
Laundry Bag
Toilet Paper
Deoderant
Toothpaste
Toothbrush
Lip Balm/Chapstick
Personal Meds (ex. Advil, Benadryl, etc)
Itch Cream
Sun Block
Insect Repellent
Biodegrable Soap

Group Equipment
Tent(s)
First Aid Kit
Matches/Lighter
Fire Starters
1 gallon ziploc bags for garbage
Canoe(s)
Paddle(s)
Light-weight Mallet
Hatchet
Camp Saw
Duct Tape
Tarp and line
Deck of Cards
Camp Shovel
Maps
Weather Radio
Bear Bag/Barrels
Bear Bag Rope
Twine
Water Filter
Iodine Tablets
Pots/Pans
Cooking Utensils
Dish Rag
Biodegrable Dish Soap
Camp Stove
Camp Stove Fuel

Personal Equipment
Backpack/Duluth Pack
Headlamp
Ear Plugs
Knife/Multi-tool
Sleeping Bag
Sleeping Mat
Pillow
Hammock
Water Bottle
Head Net
Eating Utensils
Plate/Bowl
Coffee Cup
Dry Bag
Life Jacket
Sunglasses
Eye Glasses/Contacts
Saline Solution
Compass
Permethrin Treatment for Clothing (apply pre-trip)
Paddling Gloves
Camera
Watch
Fishing Pole
Fishing License
Fishing Pole Sleeves
Fishing Tackle
Jaw Spreader
Filet Knife
Pliers
Fish Stringer
Fishing Net

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